So what's a girl to do when she can't eat oatmeal, wheat (any gluten), potatoes, eggs, dairy or even almond milk?
This ImmunoCalm elimination diet approach has required much creativity when it comes to breakfast, and I simply do not have the options available to me to make a "normal" breakfast.
BUT, instead of getting frustrated, I chose to get cooking. Here are a few of my favorite breakfasts on rotation right now.
|Turmeric coconut wrap from Thrive Market filled with sauteed peas|
red kidney beans, sprinkled with Redmond's real salt
|Steamed spinach along with boiled carrots and celery leftovers from|
making homemade bone broth (the texture and rich taste was amazing),
topped with wild pink salmon from Costco.
|Grass fed beef patty atop green beans sauteed in coconut oil|
|Brussels sprouts sauteed in olive oil with a side of tilapia,|
sprinkled with lemon juice and Redmond's real salt
Tilapia. So...I've been informed tilapia is not really a fish. That statement in general made me skeptical; however, there is concern about tilapia from China and what they feed on. I'm still researching but for now, I'll lay off the tilapia and focus on cod (found a great deal at Sprouts recently) and wild salmon.
To wrap it up, I'm learning not to put meals in a proverbial box. Breakfast doesn't have to be sweet or savory or "normal" - it can be leftovers, something fresh, a salad, a meat patty...whatever fuels you for the start of your day!